Bettws-y-Coed Branch (London and North Western Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Having paused at the signalbox to exchange tokens, the 1653 Llandudno - Blaenau Ffestiniog carries on through North Llanrwst station on 14th April ...
Colin McDonald 14/04/2015
Looking through North Llanrwst station towards Llandudno Junction from the barrow crossing on 14th April 2015. ...
Colin McDonald 14/04/2015
The signal box at Llanrwst on the Blaenau Ffestiniog branch, photographed in July 1987. ...
Ian Dinmore /07/1987
There are only six trains a day on the Blaenau Ffestiniog branch in the 2011 timetable. One Sprinter suffices for services and this is the only ...
Mark Bartlett 01/12/2011

The commemorative slate plaque at the entrance to the (new) station at Llanrwst, which opened near the town centre in 1989. ...
Colin McDonald 16/10/2017
The apparently rural setting of Llanrwst station is actually close to the town centre. The station opened in 1989 and is seen here on 16th October ...
Colin McDonald 16/10/2017
The sylvan setting of Llanrwst station seen in October 2017. The line had reopened that day after hurricane Ophelia had caused flooding and damage to ...
Colin McDonald 16/10/2017

Betws-y-Coed station on the Conwy Valley Line in north Wales, seen from 150262 working from Llandudno to Blaenau Ffestiniog, looking back northwards ...
David Bosher 23/05/2016
Passing trains on the 7.25 inch line at the Conwy Valley Railway Museum at Betws-Y-Coed on 28th October 2017. This excellent attraction sits adjacent ...
Peter Todd 28/10/2017
Betws-y-Coed on the Conwy Valley Line. ...
Ewan Crawford //
Train on the 7.25 inch circuit at the Conwy Valley Railway Museum passing one of the standard gauge Mk I coaches used for catering at the site.
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Peter Todd 28/10/2017